"ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY REBELLIONS THAT EVER OCCURRED": LARGE FOLDING CIVIL WAR MILITARY MAP OF THE SOUTHERN STATES
(CIVIL WAR) PERRINE, Charles O. and BISHOP, John S. Perrine's New Topographical War Map of the Southern States, With a Chronology of the Great Rebellion. Compiled from the Latest Government Suveys, ad Official Reports. Indianapolis: Charles O. Perrine, (1864). 16mo (4 by 6 inches), original orange printed boards respined in black cloth (as originally issued); pp. (3-5), vi-x, (11), 12-202 (6); folding lithographic map measures approximately 38 by 30 inches. Housed in a custom clamshell box.
Lithographed Civil War folding military map, with battle sites hand-outlined in green and red, accompanied by a concise history of the war through September 1864, in original boards.
Sites of battles are indicated with red circles; each state has been outlined in green. The accompanying 202-page text provides key descriptions of the battles and skirmishes of the war through September 1864; an appendix details population figures, military strengths, distances and casualties among general officers for the "loyal" and "seceded" states. Bound without half title. Sabin 61015. Nevins II, 5.
Text generally fresh with slight foxing mainly to preliminaries. Map with expert paper restoration.